Origin of fasciculus
From Latin, dating back to 1705–15; see origin at fascicle
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Hunter counted thirty-four of these fasciculi in one of the largest.Curiosities of Medical Experience
J. G. (John Gideon) Millingen
These two fasciculi terminate in the snout, which they move laterally.
One of these fasciculi is anterior; the other is situated further back.
Thence it passes towards the tarsus and divides into two fasciculi, internal and external, which are continued by tendons.
The two fasciculi then pass towards the knee, being in relation with the rectus and the vastus internus of the triceps.
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- A bundle of anatomical fibers, as of muscle.fascicle
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